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with the weather forecast. something important coming up later this week. >> easy one, too. the northwest has been getting hard. good morning, everyone. except for the northwest everyone has been doing pretty well. the northwest, this was a huge storm for you. wind were gusting up to 100 miles per hour. coastal areas of oregon, some damage done, some minor power outages. now it's just raining really hard. another little area of low pressure, another storm's going to come in later on today. so, that's where all the troublesome weather is. you look at the rest the country. we're looking pretty nice. a few showers overnight heading through the great lakes and a big ocean storm. that's heading out to sea. we're not going to deal with that at all. the travel trouble spot, interstate 5 through oregon from eugene to portland, they picked up 2 1/2 inches of rain in the last 48 hours. we're not seeing huge problems with flooding but minor issues. the jet stream pattern because of this big storm out in the west is actually going to do a big dip down through the intermountain west, pumping warm up to the mid
to cast their ballots. bruce johnson joins us now from american elementary school in northwest washington. -- from merch elementary school in northwest washington. >>reporter: hi, jc, we're off reno road in northwes washington. the precinct 33, merch elementary school turnout all morning long has been brisk. most people here voting by paper ballot, some 700 paper ballots have been cast by late morning. now, obviously the presidential race, obama/romney is driving a lot of this traffic, but also you've got some highly- contested local races. incumbents michael brown facing stiff challenges. you've got a couple of charter issues that are extremely important here. one of them says that people convicted of felonies can no longer seek public office. you might think that's a stretch, well, we've had two councilmembers who have pled guilty to felonies, one serving prison time right now and another one awaiting sentencing, that being the council chairman. we were also at shepherd elementary school today, that's where i voted. some 600 people are cast ballots by late morning. so brisk turnout thr
. and for tonight, clear, breezy, cold. one to two in the pros. the northwest at 10 to 20. and we'll let you know a nice weekend over the weekend. >>> people are learning some hard lessons from super storm sandy. among those struggling to recover is our own bruce leshan who is trying to rebuild after a tree nearly wiped out his home. he is hoping what he is learning helps others. >> reporter: a week ago, i lived in a forest of this view. but all the way around the neighborhood now, the chain saws are buzzing. the cranes are ripping the logs out of people's backyards. my neighbors, they are all scared about what happens to me. that it might happen to them. and so they are taking out this screen now later in the afternoon. this one, they will come down and then that one over there will come down and my next door neighbor over here has already removed three. three huge trees. this is a tree house that i built for my kids. and it actually survived the tree falling initially. it balanced the tree up on the corner of the house there. but the portion from my house and about 11,000 pounds. and the crane,
in northwest. it ended with the victim stopping at a white house security kiosks and asking for help their. we have the latest on that story. >> early this morning, a robbery that ended in a shootout. the victims, who did not want to be identified, said that they were leaving wor attacked. >> we were about to get in the car and leave when four guys jumped out with guns. >> it happened at 18th and jefferson place in northwest d.c. looking for a license plate some of the victims followed the suspect. >> one of them shot. >> after being shot at the victims drove toward the white house. >> they drove the vehicle down here, which i believe it was the u.s. secret service who were approached here. >> now they are looking for the suspect vehicle which is described as a white or silver linkedin. officials say that no one was hurt in all of this. is early in investigation. they hope to find more about what happened. abc7 news. >> also a school bus driver has died after a crash in culpeper, va.. the high school students on board the bus were not hurt. the 70-year-old bus driver suffered a medical issue
. in the northwest, we're a little chilly, cities in the low 40s and the other areas, especially near spokane, are in the 30s early today. where's this next storm? you can see it spinning here, and here's where we are located here to the california coastline, and that's why we have one day until all this moisture begins to move onshore. it looks to avoid much of the northwest. high pressure's going to stay anchored up to the north there. this is going to sneak under here and come onshore here. looks like the heaviest rains will be pretty much from san francisco northward up into southern oregon. and we're not talking a big blockbuster rain event, but the area from medford, south of san francisco, down to san jose, probably a half an inch to an inch of rain, but highest elevations will pick up snow with this system, too. temperatures today will warm up into the 40s, into the 50s in the northwest, and still relatively cool with the cloud cover moving in during the day today in california. that's a look at exactly need t bring the umbrella. it's going to be very, very light. this is the rainy se
. the northwest continues to be a little wet. it is going to improve. thanksgiving day looks better at least in the northwest. let's track some of the rain this morning. the green shows the rain. the white is the snow. snow levels will come down a little bit in the passes. we'll be okay on interstate 80 and 84. in the morning hours, not as many radar echoes offshore. a more solid band has come in from seattle to olympia. in san francisco, on and off light rain. headed towards sacramento will be a wet ride and towards tahoe. temperatures are warm enough that we should be okay on that road. as far as the forecast goes, the other area of concern out there, after this northwest mess, if anyone is traveling to the midwest, early today we have dense fog problems especially around chicago, st. louis, milwaukee, detroit, indianapolis. a lot of these major airports here are seeing some issues. we will see possible delays until probably about 10:00 or 11:00. then the fog will lift in this area. the visibility is very poor. not what you want. a tenth of a mile visibility at o'hare airport. southern cal
? >> not bad. >> good! >> i mean, a lot better in a lot of spots. yesterday was a rough day in the northwest, rain and windy conditions, and we had the horrible fog around chicago and st. louis, where dozens upon dozens of flights were canceled and seriously delayed. now we're getting a break in the northwest. it kind of stopped raining as we went throughout the day yesterday, in most cases. we get a very short-lived break, then it looks like we're going to sneak in thanksgiving here dry. one storm has just exited. that's the big one we were dealing with. and this next storm, just a huge one, but thankfully, it heads mostly to the north. on the warm front, there is a little rain off the shore, but with the storm direction, the warm front's going to lift to the north and looks like it will spare the northwest. you will probably have the clouds, but no wet weather with the rain. looking good. the rainfall shows the rainfall just off the coast, so if you're heading north up into british columbia, southern vancouver, you may get a little bit of rain there, but later tonight into tomorrow, that s
place northwest. >> reporter: i'm surae chinn in northwest washington. i talked with a man who says he was held at gunpoint. the whole ordeal ends with gunfire near the white house. >> that's when i saw the gun and he was like hold on. do not move. >> reporter: a businessman who doesn't want his face shown. >> when i hit him, he tried to reach out to grab this arm. >> reporter: says he thought it was a joke until he saw the gun and his two other friends pushed to the ground also with guns pointed at them. you elbowed the guy? >> yes. >> reporter: the victim says there were four men, one in the get-away car, the other three each with a gun watching, waiting to rob them. they got away with some cash and cell phones. they all had masks on except one. >> i saw his face and i know how he looks like. >> reporter: he got into a car to get to safety ahead of the gunmen while his friend got into a black suv to follow the crooks unintentionally sandwiching the suspect's car. that's when a gunman opened fire hitting the suv near the white house at madison and eighth street northwest. in north
.m. this morning at 18th street and jefferson place northwest. surae chinn talked with one of the victims held at gunpoint. >> reporter: i'm surae chinn in northwest washington. i talked with a man who said he was held at gunpoint. the whole ordeal ends with gunfire near the white house. >> that's when i saw the gun and he was like hold on. do not move. >> reporter: a businessman who doesn't want his face shown. >> when i hit him, he tried to reach out to grab this arm. >> reporter: says he thought it was a joke until he saw the gun and his two other friends pushed to the ground also with guns pointed at them. you elbowed the guy? >> yes. >> reporter: the victim says there were a total of four men, one in the get-away car, the other three each with guns. they were watching, waiting to rob them. they got away with some cash and cell phones. they all had masks on except one. >> i saw his face and i know how he look like. >> reporter: he got into a car to get to safety ahead of the gunmen while his friend got into a black suv to follow the crooks unintentionally sandwiching the suspect's car
. another big storm portland and seattle. a better chance of showers in the northwest tomorrow. >>> veronica, as is typically the case, when the eastern portion of the country is very cold, the west is warm and beautiful. that's the case right now. >> it is gorgeous out there on the west coast. thanks, bill. bill is out there at democracy plaza taking over the iconic rockefeller plaza for this year's presidential election. it is interactive, state of the art and also the place to watch the electoral votes be counted for president of the united states. you check it out online, ton web or if you're here in the big apple in new york city, come down to democracy plaza in rockefeller center coming up. >>> major updates on the recovery efforts for those in hurricane sandy's path, plus one of the most accurate predictors of presidential politics dating back to 1900, it has precisely picked the winner over 89% of the time. you're watching "early today." >>> at least 111 people now confirmed dead in the wake of hurricane sandy. more than 650,000 people got their power back in the last 24 hours. at le
northwest d.c. >> reporter: i was able to speak to the victim's daughter off camera this evening. she tells me she was able to visit her mom in the hospital. the good news here? she is going to make a recovery. the family says they're very pleased with the exceptional police work that led to this arrest. the daughter of an 81-year-old woman who was robbed and beaten in her own home tells news4 she'll be okay. the victim has lived here for decades and while she's legally blind she's known to take walks every day. >> she's a very fine person, and i'm really sorry that anybody would abuse her like that. >> reporter: police arrest eed 18-year-old, charging him will with burglarizing an occupied home. will they say he punch the victim and walked away with her computer. >> it's a heinous, violent crime. the person who did this as far as i'm concerned is a coward. >> police say he got in through a broken window which is surrounded by bamboo. neighbors tell me the victim planted bamboo around her property years ago and it provides her with privacy. but those same neighbors are concerned that it pro
monoxide through the home here in northwest. this is 9:00 this morning on the street in northwest. which is near illinois avenue. medics examined six people living in the home and two of them were taken to the hospital and they are all expected to be okay. there's no word if the home had a working detector though at this point. >>> we have some new information on a man named anetholes. he's also the man investigators -- aaron thomas, he's also the man investigators call the east coast rapist. he will plead guilty this month to two attacks in prince william and loudoun county. the loudoun case dates back to 2001. that's when a woman was raped in her apartment. >>> investigators are now talking to a woman who was attacked by a serial groper in northern virginia. there were two incidents just a few minutes apart last week on hibbling avenue in springfield. police believe the assaulted started back in september. the victims range from 15 to 42 years old. and officers have increased patrols in the neighborhood now and investigators are also looking into similarities from a case last month in
's in the 30s. winds northwest 10 to 30. we'll come back and take through weekend. we've got skins in town, terps in town, and maybe a nor'easter next week. derek. >>> two of those things soundg top. >>> the unemployment rate up just a bit tonight from 7.8% to 7.9% as more americans get out there looking for work. employers did add 171,000 jobs last month. out on the campaign trail mitt romney and barack obama responded to the numbers. >> unless we change course, we may well be looking at another recession. >> we've made real progress but we are here today because we know weave got more work to do. >> president obama spending his day campaigning in 0 hio mitt romney in way. only four days to go until we go to vote, both men spending the weekend trying to sway the undecided. >>> the rising unemployment numbers do not bode well for veterans coming home from overseas so today at a joint base anacostia bowling in d.c. scott broom got a look at what's facing employers and veterans as they try to make a match with each other. >> reporter: they call this job fair at joint base anacostia bowling "
points in the 20s. winds west-northwest at 17. so you really to have dress for the 30s and 40s tonight. look at the winds. 28-mile-per-hour gust in gaithersburg, 29 at andrews, 30 miles per hour wind gust in martinsburg. for the most part they will be with us all night and to some extend through tomorrow. still producing a little bit of lake-effect snow and rain showers for the circulation of sandy. this will give way eventually to partly cloudy skies but some lingering showers will continue all weekend. we should be in better shape over the weekend. temperatures with the windchill, feels like 39 in gaithersburg. feels like 43 in leesburg. if you are going out to a high school game dress for the 30s tonight. feels like it's 25 for our friends over in oakland across the divide. so windy again, cold for high school football. windchills in the 30s. a cold start tomorrow. will you need your jacket and your sunglasses all day on saturday. which is kind of good. we've not needed our sunglasses too much. for tonight partly cloudy, windy and cold, a one-blanket night. winds northwesterly 10 to
people at a gas station in northwest d.c. the victims a woman and two men. they were apparently just innocent bystanders at the b.p. station. the shooter got into a dispute with the gas station clerk. he went to his car and came back shooting. the three victims are expected to survive. >>> the petraeus plot thickens. what began as an extramarital affair has more into a drama of intrigue and access with a lot of us wondering what could possibly be next? >> having trouble keeping up? debra alfarone walks us through it. she's in northwest d.c. where paula broadwell was spotted a short time ago. >> reporter: derek and anita, she's the woman at the center of this high-powered scandal. until now paula broadwell has remained largely out of sight. that is until tonight. she's in northwest d.c. take a look at this video shot earlier. she's basically captures her in her brother's apartment. d.c. attorney in his mount pleasant home. she's in the kitchen, apparently preparing dinner. if you're finding it tough to keep up with the twists and turns of this drama, here's a rundown. was it really ju
given at this polling place on northern park way in northwest baltimore. >> i thought i wouldn't have time on tuesday, okay? i work from like 7 in the morning until 5, 6:00 at night. i figured i might not make it at 7 in the morning. >> i just felt it would be easier for me because i am disabled, and not have to be in the long long lines that i have seen. and i don't want to be doing that on the last day of voting. >> the wait here was about 45 minutes, relatively short compared to other locations where lines snaked around buildings and early voters waited for three hours or longer. >> these are great numbers, you know. i think the storm had something to do with the first few days, and then once it was known that the storm was coming, lot of voters came out early, and so we really had lines at that point. but this is a good election and people are coming out. >> early voting was supposed to be six days but because of sandy we ended up with five. the presidential race and a lot of ballot questions have undoubtedly played a big role in the record turnout. >> today before leaving work i
:02. >>> breaking news. firefighters surrounded the watergate complex in northwest washington overnight after fire broke out from a balcony on the ground. you can see flames and smoke coming from the rooftop. we're told the fire was mostly contained. there was some minor damage to the room of a penthouse. no one was hurt. it's not clear what started that fire. >>> breaking overnight, a huge apartment fire in washington state. take a look. flames shot 20 feet into the air, hitting power lines overhead. no word on how that fire started. everyone was able to get out safely. >>> right now we're keeping a close eye on overseas markets, which are plummeting. japan's nikkei index closed down nearly 1% today. hong kong's hang seng index is also down. this comes a day after the dow fell 121 points over fears of the so-called fiscal cliff. president obama will address the fiscal cliff this afternoon. he will likely urge congressional leaders to work together to come up with a solution. here's what's at stake. congress and the president must reach a budget deal by the end of the year or will face a combinati
days the pattern doesn't change. we get these northwest winds coming in. it keeps things rather chilly. and chilly enough that up in the higher elevations of pennsylvania and western new york state, they're getting these lake effect snows. it's not the kind of stuff that buffalo gets in january, but nonetheless, little snow shower activity. little warmer in cleveland, where they're getting a couple rain showers. it's all involved with the circulation around what is left of sandy. yes, it's still there in canada. we'll talk about our forecast and where all this takes us over the next few days in just a few minutes. >>> our big story comes out of baltimore city, where police are investigating the sexual assault of a female jogger. >> police say her attacker held her at knife point early friday morning at fells point. here's george lettuce with the latest on that investigation. >> fells point promenade offers excellent views of baltimore's water front, so it's no surprise it's become a popular spot to go jogging. but sharon clark said she's encountered some scary spots along the way. >> i
weather system will make for tough travel in the northwest and northern california. but any flight delays aren't likely to ripple across the country. >> if there were to be a storm in chicago or in the northeast, you could count on mass chaos. but that does not look like it's going to be the case at all. >> reporter: in los angeles, not weather but a major airport worker protest will delay travelers there. passengers at l.a.x. are advised to give themselves a three-hour cushion at the airport. and an extra 90 minutes to get there. >> this is part of the fun of it all. to go fight the fight. fight the crowds. >> reporter: some important tricks for fliers this year. some airlines will allow you to avoid the baggage counter by tagging and checking your own bags, giving you a chance to, well, lose your own luggage. additionally, the tsa has a new precheck program this year. sign up and you pass through a separate security line, with your laptop and your bag and your shoes right there on your feet. not everyone will be traveling by air. 39 million people are expected to drive to their thanksgi
will shift to the northwest and that dusty northwest breeze will bring in cooler air. even though we will see sunshine tomorrow afternoon and wednesday, it will not warm up a lot. the air mass behind that front is quite chilly. the front hangs up off the carolina coast and it may bring more clouds into the region thursday afternoon and may be a shower on the eastern shore friday morning. the-55 degrees tomorrow, that is the high temperature and that will probably be in the morning with temperatures slowly falling through the day. on the day, small craft advisory, northwest winds at 15- 20, gusting to 25. in western maryland, the rain could changeover to snow late tonight or tomorrow morning and a few flurries continue tomorrow with ties only in the 30's'. same kind of temperature drop on the eastern shore, raindrops us into the 50's tomorrow and will be a struggle just to get to 50 on wednesday, even though it will be a sunny day. wednesday will be a windy day with gusts to 30 miles an hour, sunny skies and a colt -- a cool 52. no more 60's to near 73 rest of the week. we are talking low fift
are in the west. >> i want sunshine. >> go south. the northwest isn't pretty. rain and snow in many areas of washington state and oregon state. look at the radar. the green shows you where the rain is. the white is the snow and the cold air trying to hang tough. northern idaho and spokane dealing with snow. in spokane, you could end up with an inch or two. temperatures should warm up during the day. looks like we're just about done with it in areas near yakima. portland, looking at mostly just rain and scattered showers around seattle. as far as snow accumulations go, additional accumulations three to six. in spokane, you'll probably top out somewhere around a slushy two inches. as far as the forecast in northern california, the southern portion of the system dragging showers onshore. i-5 should dry out heading north towards the border with oregon. higher pressure protects the four corners region. that usually means dry cool conditions in the southwest. look at vegas, high only 58. sunny and nice. not bad l.a., san diego and phoenix. just in the northwest the storm system moving through a
in the northwest has moved northward and weakened as it went through the northern rockies. left with an onshore flow. that means warmer temperatures and moisture coming off the pacific. high pressure protects areas from utah to arizona all the way through california. we're not going to see too much bad weather or heavy rain. there are light showers right over the top of seattle heading up i-5 and up into the mountains. anywhere from portland northward, you'll have a chance of hit and miss showers, especially in washington state. temperaturewise, it's chilly in the inner mountain west. right along the coast, we've warmed up a little bit. typical for this time of year. should be gorgeous around los angeles to phoenix and there's a chance of showers on and off, especially washington state. usually that's the end of the forecast. but i've got to show you how cold it is this morning in alaska, fairbanks right now is minus 22 degrees. the coldest temperatures of the year. today's highs aren't even going to get up to zero with sunshine. that's cold. that's a look at cloudy. bakersfield to san jose loo
greater control of the territory. >>> there's a storm moving through the northwest u.s. for more on the weather here's meteorologist robert speta. >> yes, we've been watching the storm here in the pacific northwest. it's been bringing some very gusty winds and heavy rains. well now it's going to start to pull here towards the east off into the dakotas. some improving conditions in around washington and towards oregon. then into the dakotas, stuff going downhill here. heavy rain, about five centimeters of snowfall accumulating. gusty winds, sometimes up to 90 kilometer per hour winds. ahead of that front, thick fog is being seen in the midwest. flights in and out of chicago, do check them out ahead of time because you're seeing some airport delays due to the fog. that's going to start to clear up, though, as that storm starts to push in from the east, improving the conditions here. but then going into thursday, around chicago, even much of the ohio river valley, expecting some rain showers. not going to be a big weather event, but if you have any plans in and around this area for
. unfortunately in the northwest, people were in the rain waiting to get into those stores. it's moved through the olympics and now rolling through seattle down to olympia. it will work its way down to portland, more likely about 10:00 a.m. or so. with it you'll get periods of heavy rain. temperatures are warm enough, though, it's mostly rain. we expect rainfall, a moderate amount. we won't see a lot of flooding concerns on the river. those levels have gone down since the big storm earlier this week. we're watching the snow mostly in northern portions of the cascades and idaho. the front has a wave on it. it will take a while to pass. you can see the moisture plume well into the pacific. right through saturday and oregon state. definitely a rainy early friday, black friday shopping morning for people in the northwest. no problems in california. thatd oregon we'll watch the steady right rain through much of the daylight hours. >>> take a look at your weekend forecast coming right up. >>> sounds good. thanks, bill. an incredible sight. 150 cars and trucks mangled over a two-mile stretch. >>> plu
you $250 with a group-on deal with berkshire family dental in the cathedral section of upper northwest. >>> 901 restaurant and bar has an offer with deal city. pay just $12 and get open bar for two on a friday or saturday night of your choice from 9:00 to 10:00 p.m. or pay $45 and get open bar for you and 14 of your best friends. if you have an offer for our viewers, i would love to hear from you on facebook. i'm jessica doyle, 9news now. >>> there is some good news for residents in far western maryland. garrett county sheriff now says about 95% of the state and county roads are open. that is after 30 inches of snow. last week, maryland governor o'malley toured the areas hit hard by sandy's blizzard conditions, and nearly all residents now should get their power back on by midnight tonight. that is going to be a little chilly. >> reporter: a lot chilly. lots of 20s out there tonight. then wednesday gets really interesting, in a sense. we are going to have a nor'easter, going to bring us some rain and there are hints some of the rain is going to change to snow across parts of the area l
. winds out of the northwest still at 15, gusting over 20 and the pressure continues to rise at 30.01 inches of mercury. satellite picture radar combined, big storm in the west. that's where it's going to be stormy the next three, four days. we're fine in the east, finally getting rid of that nor'easter. it is still hammering parts of the coast of maine and also parts of martha's vineyard and nantucket and that area, a little snow but mainly just rain now, heaviest rain up into maine. anywhere from 6 to 8 inches of snow fell in the suburbs of new york. that was insult to injury. we have clear skies now. winds will still be with us tonight but not as strong. we had 30 mile-per-hour wins today. they'll be like 20 overnight. temperatures are in the 40s, 46 in rockville, 43 in laytonsville and gaithersburg, 47 great falls, 44 in fairfax and 47 down toward burke, 47 in old town and look at that, 47 in college park. if you factor in the winds, it feels like it's 37 in gaithersburg, feels like it's 38 in leesburg. if you're going out early tonight, dress for the 30s and 40s. if you're goi
. >> 67 in sacramento. 50s in the pacific northwest. mostly 40s in the midwest and northeast. and miami, getting up to 82. >>> and when we come back after the break, holiday shopping secrets. we'll tell you the best days to hit the mall. >>> and more trouble for toyota owners and for the automaker. there's a new recall. millions of cars. >>> and a doctor of the year behind the wheel in a grinding crash. police say she wrote herself prescriptions for the drugs that got her high. >>> and welcome back, everyone. there's more tarnish this morning on toyota's reputation r reliability. the japanese automaker is recalling almost 3 million cars worldwide because of steering and water pump problems. the two recalls cover more than a dozen models, including the prius. 1 million of the cars were sold here in the u.s. and just last month, toyota recalled more than 7 million vehicles for a different problem. >>> there is more pressure on president obama this morning as he meets with business leaders about the nation's economy. the federal budget deficit last month was $120 billion, 22% more than a y
there were not eager to talk. we came to this house in northwest dc looking for paula broadwell. neighbors told us they had recently seen her here. the owner, mritly asked us -- politely asked us to leave. >> we left the property but now law makers like chairwoman diane want to know why they were left out of the loop on the fbi. >> we received no advance notice. it was like a lightning bolt. >> he quit after admitting an affair. questions are now being raised if broadwell had access to classified information like this comment during a speech in october. >> had actually taken a couple libyan members. >> the fbi informed him -- the family friend warning her to stay away from him. >> our concern would be the security concern. >> 35 year veteran of the cia and now executive director of the spy museum says the scandal has the potential to threaten national security. >> whether it's the director or simply a case officer or an analyst, if there is something in their life that is elicit, illegal and they would not want to have exposed it opens them to coercion. >> neighbors told us a pl
computer, then ran off. it happened about nan yesterday at a home on mckinley street in northwest. today police caught up with the guy they think did it. the 18-year-old from d.c. that elderly woman is now on the mend after a trip to the hospital. >>> the name mervis means diamonds. the family-run store has diamonds by the bushel but right now there is a big fuss over the one diamond they don't have. deborah met with the mervis mate tree arc. >> no doubt you've been in your car and heard about this. but you haven't heard this. masha mervis' love story almost woman. meet the well pan behind the man behind the d.c. area diamond empire. >> reporter: it started as a marriage of convenience. see, shed escaped her native lithuania right before world war ii. she was on a six-month visa in south africa. that's when she met up with mark. they got married, then they fell in love. >> a loving marriage, a loving family, and a lifetime of joy. >> reporter: the two were married 67 years. mark passed away in 2005. these are the hands that held three sons, seven grandchildren, 10 great grandchildren, an
, bright sunshine here in northwest d.c., good looking afternoon with 51 degrees. i'm not sure why national is reporting mostly cloudy, but it's mostly sunny out there right now. north winds at 12 miles an hour. so there's just a hint of a breeze in a few spots and the humidity at 44%. now, nationally much of the country is in really nice shape from the central part of the country to the ohio and tennessee valley, but it's the west coast that's getting hammered here with a series of storms that will bring rain and snow and in the mountains of the pafic northwest between now and tuesday, there could be three, four, five feet of snow. so we're going to get rid of this little weak system and we'll turn out clear tonight and we're in pretty good shape for the weekend. want to show you the forecast across the country, though, for thanksgiving eve. some showers in the northwest, upper 40s to near 50. if you're flying maybe to the west coast, that looks good on wednesday. the southwest looks good on wednesday, denver is a big hub, 61 and cloudy. chicago sunny and 53, a big hub. and what you're not
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. today, a lot of clouds held the temperature down. that northwest wind helped too. typical high is 61. way off the mark. the low was fairly close to normal. nowhere near the records from 2003. indianapolis is 48 degrees. on -- an app plis is 48 degrees. in oakland they were in the 20's this morning. there was snow on the ground out there and that helps chill the temperatures a bit. generally everyone was cloudy in the air. here's that rain to the south. west of town there are a few breaks in the clouds. we're kind of surrounded by it in a doughnut hole right now. we may see more breaks in the clouds with a beautiful sunrise tomorrow morning. but here's that little disturbance coming through the area now. again, that's headed more to the south so it's not really an issue in our weather. the one we're really watching, actually a couple of them, one developing to the south down in texas that will be going out on the coast and out to sea and another one developing up to the north that will lockstep with another development in the south in the middle of the week and the two will combine. w
other in northwest d.c. tonight. if you see any problems from long lines to malfunctions. you can do it by visiting our or send or on twitter us an e-mail. abc 7 is your home for the best election night coverage. be falling all of the p withraces and teaming u abc news for the presidential race. have our own reporters ground in boston and chicago. starts tuesday at 7:00 p.m. on a campusattack prompted that school to take action. this comes two days after a student was attacked at in around dorm room. they held a town hall meeting very door more that sexual assault took place on friday. this afternoon, no. 5 showed up. from their concerns into this storm building. to have anposed access card to get inside. up, you'reou go supposed to show your id and sign in. students say that often procedures are not followed. honestly, not at all. they live on the third floor. they are neighbors of the sexuallyolice say was assaulted friday afternoon. that really hit home for us especially. i could not even sleep. what if we had been there? >> they held a town hall meeting happened andat is doing ab
are now out of the northwest at 7. which by the way, it's generally a drying wind. here's a look at the radar with a couple sprinkles rolling across montgomery county and all the way across i-95 and the baltimore washington park way. right now we have leftover showers out in fairfax. it is very light and it will be on out of here in the next hour. but a couple showers just to the west of rockville over towards river road and a couple showers out towards tyson. everything is pushing off to the east, very light. temperatures in the 40s, 47. 47 in rockville, 47 in bethesda. we're looking at 48 in great falls and 47 in vienna. 47 in fairfax. 49 at berk. and 49 at college park. upper 40s in bowie and crofton. a little on the chillier side. for tonight cool weather continues, early showers. still breezy tomorrow. dry morning commute. that's good news. and the kids, they will need their jackets tomorrow morning. and for tonight, early shower or sprinkle. partly to mostly cloudy. breezy, cold. lows 34 to about 42 downtown. winds increase a little bit westerly at 10 to 15. becoming partly
as it will be windy and cold and a one blanket night. lows in the 30s. northwest at 10 to 20 with higher gusts. and now tomorrow morning, partly cloudy, breezy, chilly. 30s and 40s. winds are in the morning, 10 to 15 as they will pick up though again in the afternoon. i hope to see a lot of you in the morning. and the walk will start at 10:00. check in at 9:00. essentially just across the museum. no pets, please. it's a beautiful walk. you know what, it is now full color downtown in terms of the foliage. >>> and now the turps, partly cloudy, windy, chilly. yellow jackets are in town. you still need a jacket. high temperatures in the low 50s. there are those winds again, northwest, 10 to to on the gustier side -- 10 to 20 on the gustier side. before you go to bed, turn your clocks back one hour. you don't have to wait until 2:00 a.m. to do it and also very important, replace the batteries in your smoke detectors as well. a good habit to get into. redskins partly cloudy and cool, 50 to 55. our 9 weather alert, green, green, green, which is nice. low 50s pretty much across the board. in the next
've got the flow still coming in from the northwest. this is part of sandy, what's left of sandy spinning in ontario. you see some radar echos? well, we'll take you in, and we got a few light showers here and there. they are few and far between, but look at this, from burk back twoordz springfield and alexandria, we've got some light showers extending up into towards forestville here, just upper marlboro and central avenue in the county. parts of fredrick we've got some light sprinkles there as well and we're seeing a few light sprinkles out towards parts of west virginia, trying to head toward the winchester area. so some clouds, a couple of sprinkles and just a cool day. mid-40s up in the shenandoah valley, northern part, anyway. we're at 49, we've got 52 culpepper and even annapolis across the bay, we're holding out at the 41-degree mark. on the michael and son weather camera, mostly cloudy out of the capitol dome. light sprinkles being reported at reagan national right now. feeling like 45 with that eight mile per hour breeze out of the west/northwest. we have two storms around the co
- northwest at 8. in our weather headline, we have very cold temperatures setting up shop for us overnight tonight. a freeze warning is in effect for the early morning hours tomorrow. that's from 4:00 to 8:00 a.m. it is because of those mostly clear skies. it allows the heat to radiate up into the atmosphere. dew points very low. those factors combine to give us cold temperatures, and that's why we have that freeze warning in effect for the northern and western counties to the north and west of the district. and it could be the first hard freeze of the season in some of those locations. we're already down into the thirpts hagerstown and leesburg. 39 in both of those places. winchester down to 36 already. 41 in frederick, 43 in downtown d.c., 43 also in pax river. we are dog see temperatures continue to fall through the overnight hours. you can see there isn't a lot of cloud cover here and the sprinkles in the pittsburgh area are not going to materialize into anything for us but we are keeping an eye on our next storm system. you can see it starting to bring some rain into iowa and missouri
chilly. you need a jacket, 30s and 40s. winds northwest at 10 to 15. hope to see you out on the mall. we have the walk now for autism speaks tomorrow at 10:00. check in at 9:00. 9th street between madison and jefferson, essential across from the natural history museum. please no pets. a beautiful walk this time of year. >>> for the terps game, yellow jackets untown, upper 40s to mid-50s, winds northwest 10 to 20. dress for the 40s. if you are in the shade, it is going to be a chilly game. by afternoon partly cloudy, windy. still need a jacket. highs low 50s. winds out of the northwest at 10 to 20. next three day, 1 weather alerts green, green, green. low 50s tomorrow, low 50s sunday, low 50s monday. we can deal with that. next seven days we have kept tuesday, election day, dry with highs in the mid-50s. not too bad. we are still watching a nor'easter. in fact, i was peeking at new information, kind of cool. it does appear it's going to roll in on wednesday with highs in the upper 40s, but then behind it, it will be mild, if i was and 60s. so a nor'easter is not really what the east coast
and fredericksburg is 36. it's 36 in martinsburg. and it's going to be a delightful afternoon. northwest winds around 10 miles an hour and mid 50s in easton to 60 here in d.c. frederick and manassas. let's go to monika now with the friday timesaver traffic. >>> oh yes i do and it's all good. really it is. if you're planning to head out the door early this friday morning, you are good to go i think you will get to work on time. at least if you're coming in on the bw parkway and route 50. it looks good actually right in from annapolis. all the way to 495 and that's good all the way down to the wilson bridge. a live look first in maryland, and show you what it looks ike if you're planning to head here on the west side of town at the american legion bridge. very, very quiet across the potomac river. let's go back to the maps this time we're heading over to virginia. on the inbound side of i-66. manassas into centreville all lanes are open. no issues as you travel to fair tax, the beltway through tysons corner the lanes are open. this time northbound 95 here in newington. back with more traffic coming up
will be taking. we should be of around 60 this time of the year. mostly sunny skies. northwest winds over land at 10- 20 gusting at 25. over the open water where the wind can really get momentum. northwest wind gusting to 30. small craft advisory out this afternoon. we take a look at our insta- weather-plus few -- future cast. what is significant is the area of high pressure off to the southwest the storm goes away. high pressure comes overhead. this will keep us dry for a few days. then we get the southerly breezes. we take part in a warming up before the next month. the next want to come and will be after sunday. once we get past sunday, we can expect some rain. first, the forecast for raiders game. sunshine, mild. in the sixties for temperatures during the game. 53 today. it to upper 50s on friday. this will introduce a chance for rain. eventually cooler quebeckers. -- cooler temperatures. jim hammond. >> this has been spayed and had its first rabies shot. it is free to call the animal hospital. this is a perfect little thanksgiving treat. call the animal hospital. it is free. well worth it
to see it. >> it started northwest at norton road and went for miles of the way northwest. police are warning you may want to avoid that. if it is normally part of your commute because they will be out there again and there is potential for delays again. judy dench filming this movie here but she is making a lot of news nationally because she is in the new james bond movie that opens today. >> metro taking advantage of the long veterans day weekend to do major track work. from 10:00 tonight until closing on monday, shuttle buses are available. customers should add 45 minutes to their travel time. orange line trains will single track between vienna and east falls church. green line trains single tracking between college park. >> let's head to sports. houston may have a problem with d.c. united. >> our local team advanced after defeating new york. a goal in the 88th minute to secure the 1-0 victory. they will play houston on sunday. thursday night football last night, the indianapolis colts beat the jaguars. luck with two touchdowns on the ground. the jaguars are 1-8 and the worst t
chill the winds are out of the northwest at 10 miles an hour in baltimore. 7 in york. 8 in hagerstown. they will stay throughout the day. make sure you bundle up this morning. keep that big coat around as you head out and about this afternoon. back to you. >>> he went on a shooting rampage. >> and he killed six people and injured a congress woman. today he will learn his fate. >>> the innocence of muslims, that's what sparked violence throughout the middle east. why the director is behind bars this morning. >>> they may be from different jurisdictions but ta did not stop baltimore city and county police from working together. how the team work is keeping you safe. >>> and everything is up to speed here on 95 at 395 in baltimore. but we are still dealing with a massive water main break in the one neighborhood. you are looking now and it will impact a large portion of charles street. >>> the man who shot a congress woman will learn his fate. he shot the then representative gabby give fords in the head -- giffords in the head. she and her husband will be there for the sentencing. six oth
and 36 degrees. columbia at 36 degrees and winds out of the northwest at 5 to 10 miles an hour. and the temperature tour is at 37 degrees and the winds out of the northwest at nine miles her. this is what we can expect. 56 degrees and we'll drop the temperatures off as we go into 7:00 this evening a check of traffic with lauren cook. >> we're dealing with trouble up in harford county. there is a downed tree that's blocking traffic on route 7 at 543. stick with 40 or 95. and in baltimore city. still dealing with a water main break. charles street is shut down from penn station to 21st street. use calvert or 83 as an alternate route. on 95, this is what it looks like, traffic is moving along and this is what the beltway looks like. nice and clear and liberty road and route 40. that's a look at traffic. over to you. >>> people in the northeast are struggling following sandy and the nor'easter. >> a problem is getting the lights on in new york. and the mayor had harsh words for the long island power authority. he said the temperature is not doing enough to get the power restored a
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. and northwest wind, 8 miles an hour. on the cool side locally and northwest of town. gaithersburg, 45 in winchester, 49 at dulles airport, 57 in fredericksburg, lexington park where there's been more sunshine. look at live super doppler 7. a few sprinkles. first, over the south side of beltway, the wilson bridge rea, stretching from burke springfield and across into upper marlborough, just a few sprinkles out there to speak of. headed northbound, straddling frederick and even clipping parts of upper montgomery county hills, a few sprinkles as well, and off to west, near winchester, shenandoah valley. a few sprinkles. in southern maryland, some sunshine. white is the clouds. ground.k is just the rappahannock and culpeper , sunshine. fredericksburg, 57 degrees at this time. satellite and radar composite, notice the circulation, leftovers from sandy. the upper level circulation in canada, the quebec area. there is the circulation, the upper level low pressure system. but there is energy swinging in backside of that which drop in early tomorrow morning. i do think that could bring us a mo
than that. same story at dulles airport. notice the arrows on the screen indicating that northwest of the .low cannot shake the cool wind coming out of the north. we will continue to experience the route next week. temperatures will remain below average. 53 in the district, 51 at dulles airport. notice how it cools down in the northwest. 53 in annapolis. warm air down to the south. here is a look at the visible satellite. today is the sunniest day we since sandy came into town. think we will see even more sunshine into the weekend, so make it feel a bit nicer outside. at least psychologically, because temperatures will not be all that different. sprinkles to the west. a few snowflakes on the western facing slopes in allegany. nothing for us until perhaps or wednesday of next week. with that and dealing .orthwesterly flow be below average, the mid 50's. about 10 degrees below average. 55 for the weekend appeared we cannot rule out a sprinkle. overnight tonight, it will be down in the night, everywhere within downtown cluster to 40. breezy at times for the first part of the week. a s
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